There is no denying that loving someone without being able to touch is intense and can be deeply frustrating.
The body seems to be always aroused without being able to make full release.
The heart is constantly craving.
The mind is...put under tremendous stress to reconciliate the passion and frustration.
This sometimes makes us loose perspective, and fools us into thinking that it is actually what the relationship is about.
It can make you loose track and make you shy away from taking the one step that makes this relationship actually a simple relationship without distance.
When my beloved and I arranged to meet, we should have been serene and relieved and excited.
However, we found ourselves arguing and bickering in the most silly manner.
To the point where we actually wished we weren't meeting.
It took us a while to realise that all this was about how nervous we were.
The fears and angst taking over from our feelings.
The fear of disappointing the other is the greatest.
It took a lot of energy for both of us to overcome this.

Then...we saw each other, we kissed, we held hand.
And everything changed.
Everything we had dreamt was toppled and replaced by something greater.

We found ourselves in a place that felt right, a place we both belong to.
A place where we cannot wait to meet again.



For my gypsy wife.
MrSquishy MrSquishy
41-45, M
1 Response Aug 30, 2014

They say "absence makes the heart grow fonder" but I can see the frustration of not being close to the one you love.

It is on par with the desire. But now that we met...it was/is worth it. Finding love, unadulterated, unequivocal, uncompromising love is something that cannot be ignored.

It is a fine edge....that's what makes it so amazingly exciting.

I read something that spoke to me two days ago. It describes passion as 'dancing in the fire'.

That's a fantastic description. When there's passion, every nerve in your body does a dance.

1 More Response